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June 13, 2010 | By Irene Lacher, Special to the Los Angeles Times
If it's summer, it must be time for "Royal Pains." The USA Network show set amid the Hamptons' summertime swarm recently returned for a second season after strong ratings last year. That's in no small part due to the nice-guy appeal of Mark Feuerstein, who plays a concierge doctor with integrity. Your character is a new model for a knight in shining armor, which is a doctor who makes house calls. My theory is that the show is an answer to the failure of our healthcare system to make us feel we're taken care of, to make us feel safe.
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February 17, 2011
SERIES The Vampire Diaries: Stefan (Paul Wesley) tells Elena (Nina Dobrev) about a dark time in his past and a surprising person in this new episode (8 p.m. KTLA). American Idol: The Hollywood round continues in this new episode (8 p.m. Fox). Perfect Couples: When Dave (Kyle Bornheimer) becomes obsessed with gender roles after attending "Mad Men" party, Julia (Christine Woods) tries to make him feel more like a man in this new episode (8:30 p.m. NBC). CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Justin Bieber reprises his guest role as a troubled teen who calls Nick (George Eads)
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June 6, 2009 | Scott Collins
The broadcasters showed up Thursday night, but USA really took the prize. The cable outlet used the Season 3 premiere of its spy caper "Burn Notice" to boost the series launch of "Royal Pains," its new drama about a handsome young doctor (Mark Feuerstein) in the Hamptons. "Burn Notice" delivered its best season premiere ever, with an average of 6 million viewers, according to early data from Nielsen Media Research. That was up 11% compared with the Season 2 launch last July. "Royal Pains" held up well at 10 p.m., with 5.6 million viewers.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 13, 2010 | By Irene Lacher, Special to the Los Angeles Times
If it's summer, it must be time for "Royal Pains." The USA Network show set amid the Hamptons' summertime swarm recently returned for a second season after strong ratings last year. That's in no small part due to the nice-guy appeal of Mark Feuerstein, who plays a concierge doctor with integrity. Your character is a new model for a knight in shining armor, which is a doctor who makes house calls. My theory is that the show is an answer to the failure of our healthcare system to make us feel we're taken care of, to make us feel safe.
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April 10, 1997 | HOWARD ROSENBERG, TIMES TELEVISION CRITIC
NBC is giving another new comedy a chance to flourish in the fertile Thursday night half-hour that follows its strutting peacock "Seinfeld." "Caroline in the City," "Suddenly Susan" and, most recently, "Naked Truth" have thrived there, making up in Nielsens what they lack in wit.
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July 1, 2010
SERIES 100 Questions: The romance-themed sitcom starring Sophie Winkleman presents its first-season finale (8:30 p.m. NBC). Rookie Blue: The fledgling officers join in the hunt for an escaped convict in this new episode of the police drama (9 p.m. ABC). So You Think You Can Dance: Ne-Yo performs, and another is eliminated, on tonight's results show (9 p.m. Fox). Burn Notice: Drug dealers cause trouble for a doctor and his clinic in this new episode of the action drama (9 p.m. USA)
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March 5, 2008 | Greg Braxton, Times Staff Writer
THE come-hither chords of the Rolling Stones' "Can't You Hear Me Knockin' " slash through the darkened Geffen just before Justina Machado makes her entrance in Neil LaBute's "Some Girl(s)," the twisted romance about a man seeking out his wronged ex-girlfriends just before he heads for the altar. It's a fitting intro for Machado, who's at full sensual throttle when the lights come up -- all hair, lipstick and limbs accenting an endearing naughtiness that nearly overpowers her former lover.
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June 4, 2009 | ROBERT LLOYD, TELEVISION CRITIC
There is something refreshing, in the way that a Popsicle is refreshing, about a summer series set in the summer in a place where people go to summer -- it amplifies the season. "Royal Pains," which takes place in the Hamptons and premieres tonight on USA, begins with that advantage, and for the most part does not squander it.
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October 13, 2006 | From City News Service
"3 Lbs.," a drama starring Stanley Tucci and Mark Feuerstein about a team of New York City neurosurgeons, will premiere Nov. 14 on CBS, the network said Thursday. "3 Lbs." replaces the crime drama "Smith" in the Tuesday 10-11 p.m. slot. "Smith," a first-year series starring Ray Liotta and Virginia Madsen, was taken off the schedule last week because of declining ratings. Reruns of various crime dramas will continue in that time period until "3 Lbs." premieres.
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January 18, 2012
Today Jason Wu; chef Giada De Laurentiis; the Scotto family; Mark Feuerstein. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC Good Morning America George Lucas; David B. Angus. (N) 7 a.m. KABC Good Day L.A. (N) 7 a.m. KTTV Live With Kelly Marg Helgenberger; Mark Feuerstein; Mario López. (N) 9 a.m. KABC The View Tom Arnold; Max Von Sydow. (N) 10 a.m. KABC The Talk Dr. Sanjay Gupta; Erika Christensen. (N) 1 p.m. KCBS The Doctors Ending migraines; curing skin problems; school cafeterias.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 6, 2009 | Scott Collins
The broadcasters showed up Thursday night, but USA really took the prize. The cable outlet used the Season 3 premiere of its spy caper "Burn Notice" to boost the series launch of "Royal Pains," its new drama about a handsome young doctor (Mark Feuerstein) in the Hamptons. "Burn Notice" delivered its best season premiere ever, with an average of 6 million viewers, according to early data from Nielsen Media Research. That was up 11% compared with the Season 2 launch last July. "Royal Pains" held up well at 10 p.m., with 5.6 million viewers.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 4, 2009 | ROBERT LLOYD, TELEVISION CRITIC
There is something refreshing, in the way that a Popsicle is refreshing, about a summer series set in the summer in a place where people go to summer -- it amplifies the season. "Royal Pains," which takes place in the Hamptons and premieres tonight on USA, begins with that advantage, and for the most part does not squander it.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 5, 2008 | Greg Braxton, Times Staff Writer
THE come-hither chords of the Rolling Stones' "Can't You Hear Me Knockin' " slash through the darkened Geffen just before Justina Machado makes her entrance in Neil LaBute's "Some Girl(s)," the twisted romance about a man seeking out his wronged ex-girlfriends just before he heads for the altar. It's a fitting intro for Machado, who's at full sensual throttle when the lights come up -- all hair, lipstick and limbs accenting an endearing naughtiness that nearly overpowers her former lover.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 10, 1997 | HOWARD ROSENBERG, TIMES TELEVISION CRITIC
NBC is giving another new comedy a chance to flourish in the fertile Thursday night half-hour that follows its strutting peacock "Seinfeld." "Caroline in the City," "Suddenly Susan" and, most recently, "Naked Truth" have thrived there, making up in Nielsens what they lack in wit.
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